Freestanding stone sink with floor drainage complete with open plug, siphon, and flexible hose.
From the oldest material to the illusion of shaping the immaterial, from the sculptural tradition of the “well-rounded” shapes to the division in small parts of the surface to create a volume that is an expression of the “subtraction” of many small pieces. The name says it all: a pixel is a point-like element that makes up a digital image, in fact, it is the smallest element that constitutes it. The breakdown in individual pixels of the surface, a kind of three-dimensional mosaic, gives an unprecedented look at the marble sink Pixel. Shape is created by subtraction – a human idea that comes to life through the use of the machine that is then defined in the end again through a human’s choices.
Tradition meets technology in a decomposed standardized form, sectioned and intersected, by an orthogonal lattice. This sink is unique and ever-changing due to the process of elimination of pieces that can make it change its shape, where a new image is revealed, and the essence comes to light. Lights and shadows, depth and reliefs, combinations and distances, connections and insulation. The pixel game that forms the basin is completely oriented on consequentiality, on proximity, on decorum that comes from the material itself. A gesture, that of subtraction, revealing the shape, which allows you to customize the volume, and which amplifies the three-dimensional design of the project. Pixel is subtraction to compose.